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past Director, Gastonia Junior Chamber of Commerce; 1965 winner,
Distinguished Service Award as Gastonia's Outstanding Young
Man of the Year; Community Service Chairman, North Carolina
District, Optimist International. Past Boys Work Chairman; past
President, Gastonia Optimist Club; General Chairman, 1966 Great-
er Gastonia United Fund, and Vice Chairman for last two years;
also President, United Appeal. Winner, DeMolay Legion of Honor
(1968). Representative in the General Assembly of 1967 and 1969.
Member, First Presbyterian Church, Gastonia, N. C; Teacher,
Henderlite Bible Class, 1962-1966; Deacon, 1966-1970. Married
Kathryn Wesson, May 28, 1964. Children: Kathryn Elizabeth and
Julie Anne Stewart. Address: 1855 Westbrook Circle, Gastonia,
N. C.



CHARLES GRAHAM TART

(Twelfth House District — Counties: Bladen and Sampson. Two
Representatives. )

Charles Graham Tart, Democrat, of Sampson County, repre-
senting the Twelfth Representative District, was born in Sampson
County, September 8, 1918. Son of Eura Morton and Mollie (Mc-
Lamb) Tart. Attended Westbrooks High School, 1931-1935; Uni-
versity of North Carolina, A.B. degree in History and Mathe-
matics, 1939. High school teacher, Midway High School, Sampson
County; also farming interest in Sampson County, and owns and
operates tourist business at Carolina Beach, N. C. Member National
Education Association; N. C. Education Association; Classroom
Teachers Association, Sampson County, Vice-President, 1963-1965,
President, 1965-1967; Sampson County Farm Bureau Federation.
Clerk of Superior Court, Sampson County, 1950-1954. Representa-
tive in the General Assembly of 1965, 1967 and 1969. Member of
Governor's Study Commission on Public School Systems of North
Carolina, 1967-1968; member of Education Commission on the
States 1967-1971 ; Chairman, House Education Committee, 1969.
U.S. Navy, 1944-1946, Specialist A, Second Class Petty Officer.
Member First Methodist Church, Clinton, N. C. Married Ellen
Howerton Lewis of Raleigh, N. C, June 23, 1968. Address: Coharie
Acres, Clinton, N. C. 28328.



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CHARLES H. TAYLOR

(Forty-eighth House District — Counties: Jackson, Swain and
Transylvania. One Representative.)

Charles H. Taylor, Republican, of Transylvania County, was
born in Brevard, Transylvania County, North Carolina, January
23, 1941. Son of Robert G. and Loee (English) Taylor. Graduated
Brevard Senior High School; Wake Forest University, B.A. de-
gree; Wake Forest Law School, LL.B. degree. North Carolina
House Minority Leader; member of North Carolina General As-
sembly, 1967-1969; a Director of the National Republican Legisla-
tors Conference; member of North Carolina Republican Central
Committee and North Carolina State Republican Executive Com-
mittee. Member Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Youngest mem-
ber of the International Board of Phi Alpha Delta; P.A.D. Out-
standing Student Award; 1966 Justice (President) of fraternity
chapter, selected most outstanding chapter in nation. Member of
National Advisory Board, Brevard Music Center. Member of Board
of Directors Brevard Chamber of Commerce, 1969-1970. Member
4-H Club State Honor Club; 1967 State 4-H Club Alumni Award;
1949 4-H Outstanding Service Award. Member of Board of Visitors
of Wake Forest University; member of the Board of Visitors of
Western Carolina University. Managing Director for Transylvania
Tree Farms and Southeastern Real Estate and Discount Com-
pany. Author of numerous newspaper and magazine articles pro-
moting Western North Carolina's timber industry; published in
Southern Lumberman Woodworking Digest; Wake Forest Latv
Review; Book: Timber Mortgage Loans. Served in the U.S. Air
Force Reserves. Baptist; member of North Carolina Baptist Foun-
dation. Married Elizabeth Bryan (Betty) Owen November 21, 1970.
Address: Box 66, Brevard, N. C. 28712.



HOWARD FABING TWIGGS

(Nineteenth House District — County: Wake. Four Representa-
tives.)

Howard Fabing Twiggs, Democrat, of Wake County, represent-
ing the Nineteenth Representative District, was born in Cincinnati,



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Ohio, October 27, 1932. Son of Samuel Warren and Ruth (Fabing)
Twig-gs. Attended Necdham B. Broughton High School, 1946-1950;
Wake Forest College, B.S. degree, 1954; Wake Forest College Law
School, LL.B. degree, 1957. Lawyer. Member Wake County Bar
Assn. ; North Carolina Bar Assn. ; American Bar Assn. ; American
Trial Lawyers Assn. ; North Carolina Trial Lawyers Assn. ; Presi-
dent Raleigh Jaycees, 19G3-1964; Legal Council, North Carolina
Jaycees, 1964-1966; President, Wake County Mental Health Assn.,
1965; Chairman, Executive Committee, Wake County Bar Assn.,
1964; Director, Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, 1963-1964. Mem-
ber Kappa Alpha Order, President, 1954; Phi Delta Phi, Presi-
dent, 1957 ; Omicron Delta Kappa. Received Distinguished Service
Award as "Young Man of the Year" in Raleigh, 1965. Chairman,
Governor's Study Committee on Architectural Barriers, 1970; mem-
ber Capital Building Authority, 1969. 1st Lieutenant, J.A.G.C.,
U.S.A.R., 1957-1963. Representative in the General Assembly of
1967 and 1969. Episcopalian. Children: Elizabeth Anne, Mary Cath-
erine and Jennifer Margaret. Address: 2929 Wycliff Road, Ra-
leigh, N. C.



CARL VERNON VENTERS

Fourth House District — Counties: Onslow and Pender. Three
Representatives. )

Carl Vernon Venters, Democrat, of Onslow County, representing
the Fourth Representative District, was born at Richlands, N. C,
January 18, 1906. Son of Wayne B. and Julia G. (Stevens) Venters.
Attended Richlands High School, 1918-1921; A. B. degree, Univer-
sity of North Carolina, 1926; LL.B., 1929. Lawyer. Member of
N. C. State Bar and N. C. Bar Association. Editorial Staff, Ed-
ward Thompson Co., Law Publishers, Northport, L. L, N. Y., Jan-
uary 1930-August, 1935; Associate Member Law Firm of Milbank,
Tweed & Hope, 15 Broad St., New York, N. Y., September, 1935 to
August, 1943; Associate Member Law Firm of Oliver & Donnally,
110 E. 42nd St., New York, N. Y., September, 1943 to September,
1945. Solicitor, Onslow County Criminal Court, 1947-1948. Resides
and practices law in the City of Jacksonville. City Attorney for
City of Jacksonville, N. C, 1955-1962. Member of Phi Gamma Delta



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(Social) and Phi Delta Phi (Legal) Fraternities. Representatives
in the General Assembly of 1949, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959 and
1963. State Senator in the General Assembly of 1965. Member
N. C. Advisory Budget Commission, 1955-1958, Chairman, 1957-
1958. Member General Statutes Commission, 1959, 1961, 1963 and
1965. Episcopalian; member of Vestry, St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
Northport, N. Y., 1932-1935; member of Vestry, St. Anne's Epis-
copal Church, Jacksonville, N. C, 1946-1955 and 1957-1958. Mar-
ried Margaret Dean Burnette, April 30, 1930. Three children: Carl
V. Venters, Jr., Wayne B. Venters, Margaret Gayle Venters Brown.
Address: Jacksonville, N. C.



JAMES B. VOGLER

(Thirty-sixth House District — County: Mecklenburg. Seven Rep-
resentatives.)

James B. Vogler, Democrat, of Mecklenburg County, represent-
ing the Thirty-sixth Representative District, was born in Charlotte,
N. C, April 13, 1895. Son of the late James A. and Susan Caroline
(Alexander) Vogler. Attended Charlotte Public Schools; Baird's
Military Institute. Real estate broker. Served as Secretary for the
North Carolina Food and Grocery Distributors Code Authority
during the N.R.A., organizing North Carolina under the National
Recovery Administration for the food and grocery industry. As-
sisted in the establishment of the U.S.A. Food Stamp Program
during the depression of 1929, in North Carolina. Has served as
President of the following: Asparagus Club International; Nation-
al Association of Food Trade Executives; Fair Trade Council of
the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County; Southeastern Food
Trades Executives Association; and Charlotte Chapter of American
War Dads. Representative in the General Assembly of North Caro-
lina during the following sessions: 1936 Special; 1937; 1938 Spe-
cial; 1939, 1941, 1945, 1947, 1951, 1955, 1956 Special, 1957, 1961,
1963, 1963 Special, 1965, 1965 Special, 1966 Special, 1967 and 1969.
Chairman Mecklenburg Delegation to 1965, 1967 and 1969 Gen-
eral Assembly. Has served as Chairman of the following Commit-
tees: Manufacturers and Labor; Counties, Cities and Town; Public
Welfare; Elections and Election Laws; Public Buildings and
Grounds; Committee on Printing; Committee for the Blind; Com-



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mittee on State Government. Was appointed by Governor J. M.
Broughton, in January of 1942, as Director of the War Production
Board Citizens Salvage Activities in North Carolina and served in
this capacity until March 1944. Author of House Bill No. 815,
introduced in 1941, by Bost of Cabarrus, Vogler of Mecklenburg,
and Rudisill of Gaston, establishing the North Carolina Vocational
Textile School; and in 1941 was author of Bill to exempt Food
for Home Consumption from three percent sales tax, which stayed
in effect until the 1961 Legislature; was co-author of the First Free
Text Book Bill; co-author of Bill to establish Charlotte and Carver
Colleges in Charlotte; Co-author of Bill to establish 4th Branch
of University of N. C. at Charlotte (1965). Member of Charlotte
Optimist Club; Charlotte Exchange Club; Travelers Protective As-
sociation; United Commercial Travelers; 32nd degree Mason, Ma-
sonic Fellowship Club; Excelsior Lodge No. 261, Charlotte; Royal
Arch Masons, Scottish Rite Masons and Shriner (Oasis Temple).
Member Trustees of North Carolina Vocational Textile School.
Member of Memorial Methodist Church. Married Lillian Raymelle
Ketchie, June 12, 1916. Three children: Colonel James B. Vogler,
Jr., U. S. Air Force, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Second
Air Forces; John T. Vogler, and Mrs. Louis H. Layne, both of Char-
lotte, N. C. Address: 2011 Randolph Road, Charlotte, N. C. Office:
200 Providence Road, Charlotte, N. C. 28207.



G. HUNTER WARLICK

(Fortieth House District — County: Catawba. Two Represent-
atives.)

G. Hunter Warlick, Republican, of Catawba County, represent-
ing the Fortieth Representative District, was born in Gastonia,
N. C, August 1, 1931. Son of Charles E. Warlick, Sr. (deceased)
and Madge (Patterson) Warlick. Attended Kings Mountain High
School, 1949; Davidson College, A.B., 1957; Duke University School
of Law, LL.B., 1960. Lawyer. Member of N. C. State Bar; N. C.
Bar Association; American Bar Association; Catawba County Bar
Association. Law School Honors, Order of the Coif; Associate
Editor, Duke Law Journal; Lecturer in Business Law, Lenoir
Rhyne College Evening Program, 1966-1967; North Carolina Con-



Biographical Sketches 747

sultant, Boston College Industrial and Commercial Law Review.
Member Sigma Phi Epsilon; Delta Theta Phi Civic Clubs; Kiwanis
Club of Western Catawba County, Hickory Chamber of Commerce.
Representative in the General Assembly of 1969. Member, North
Carolina Local Government Study Commission, 1969-. Member
Law and Order Commission, Western Piedmont Council of Govern-
ments. Served in U. S. Navy, Petty Officer 2nd class, 1951-1954.
Member St. Luke's United Methodist Church, Hickory, N. C. ; Presi-
dent, Methodist Men, 1965; Long Range Planning Committee,
Chairman. Married Anna Grace Dell, March 24, 1962. One daugh-
ter, Cherrie Dell Warlick. Address: 227 31st Avenue, N. W., Hick-
ory, N. C.



WILLIAM THOMAS WATKINS

(Seventeenth House District — Counties: Caswell, Granville and
Person. Two Representatives.)

William Thomas Watkins, Democrat, of Granville County, rep-
resenting the Seventeenth Representative District, was born in
Granville County, N. C, July 1, 1921. Son of John Stradley and
Belle (Norwood) Watkins. Attended Oak Hill High School, 1927-
1939; Mars Hill Junior College, 1942; Wake Forest College, 1939-
1941 and 1946-1948; Wake Forest College, B.S., 1949; Wake For-
est Law School, 1949-1952, LL.B. Lawyer. Member N. C. State Bar
Association, Ninth District Bar and Granville County Bar. City
Attorney for City of Oxford, N. C, 1955-1968. Member Pi Kappa
Alpha; Phi Delta Phi, Magister, 1952. U. S. Army Staff Sergeant,
1942-1946. Representative in the General Assembly of 1969. Mem-
ber Oxford Baptist Church, Oxford, N. C; Sunday School Teacher,
1956-1960. Married Louie Marie Best, November 18, 1944. Children:
Mrs. Martin L. (Alma Marie) Nesbitt, Jr. and Annabelle Watkins.
Address: 213 W. Thorndale Drive, Oxford, N. C.



WESLEY DAVIS WEBSTER

(Twenty-fifth House District — County: Rockingham. Two Rep-
resentatives.)



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Wesley Davis Webster, Democrat, of Rockingham County, was
born in Madison, N. C, September 15, 1923. Son of Henry Samuel
and Mabel Gray (Davis) Webster. Attended Madison City Schools,
1942. Vice President, H. J. Grogan Hardware, Inc.; Vice Presi-
dent People's Bank of North Carolina. Commissioner, Rockingham
County, 1958-1970; Chairman, Rockingham County Commissioners,
1964-1970. Member Board of North Carolina Association of County
Commissioners, two years. Trustee, Rockingham Community Col-
lege. Member Rockingham County Health Board; Dan River Dis-
trict Scout Executive Committee. Past President, Madison Mer-
chants Assn.; presently Director, Madison Merchants Assn.; past
Commander, American Legion; past Commander, Madison V.F.W.
Served in U. S. Army, 1943-1945, Staff Sergeant. Member Madi-
son United Methodist Church, Madison, N. C. Married Wanda
Grogan, July 10, 1943. One son, Wesley Dodd Webster, and one
daughter, Mrs. Connie Webster McFall. Address: Madison, N. C.

WILLIS PADGETT WHICHARD

(Eighteenth House District — County: Durham. Three Represent-
atives.)

Willis Padgett Whichard, Democrat, of Durham County, repre-
senting the Eighteenth Representative District, was born in Dur-
ham, N. C, May 24, 1940. Son of Willis Guilford Whichard and
Beulah Estella (Padgett) Whichard. Attended Durham City
Schools, 1946-1958; University of North Carolina, A.B., 1962;
University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D., 1965. Lawyer.
Member American Bar Assn.; North Carolina Bar Assn.; Durham
County Bar Assn.; North Carolina State Bar Assn.; American
Judicature Society. Member Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta;
Phi Delta Phi. Co-author, article entitled "Limiting Confidential
Communications in Counseling" published in September, 1970 issue
of the PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE JOURNAL. Law Clerk to
Justice (now Chief Justice) William H. Bobbitt, North Carolina
Supreme Court, 1965-1966; member North Carolina General
Statutes Commission, 1969- ; Summer Intern at State Government,
1962. Enlisted man. Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment,
North Carolina Army National Guard, 1966. Baptist. Married
Leona Irene Paschal, June 4, 1961. One daughter: Jennifer Diane



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Whichard, born August 7, 1968. Address: 3920 Kelly Drive, Dur-
ham, N. C. 27707.

ROBERT W. WYNNE

(Nineteenth House District — County: Wake. Four Represent-
atives.)

Robert W. Wynne, Democrat, of Wake County, representing the
Nineteenth Representative District, was born in Raleigh, N. C,
September 24, 1937. Son of Robert W. and Marion (Womble)
Wynne. Attended Needham B. Broughton High School, 1950-1955;
Davidson College, A.B. degree, 1959. Secy.-Treas., Brown-Wynne
Funeral Homes. Member North Carolina Funeral Directors Assn. ;
National Funeral Directors Assn.; Order of Golden Rule; National
Selected Morticians. Member Kappa Sigma Fraternity. President,
Wake County Easter Seal Society, 1967-1970; President, Raleigh
Jaycees, 1968-1969; received Distinguished Service Award as
"Young Man of Year" in Raleigh, 1969, and "One of Five Outstand-
ing Young Men in North Carolina", 1969. President Wake County
Chapter, N. C. Symphony Society, 1969-1970; President, Pine
Valley Chapter, Easter Seal Society, 1970-1971. Secretary, Wake
County Lions Blind & Sight Committee, 1968-1969; member Board
of Hilltop Home for Retarded Children, 1968-1972, and Advisory
Board of Salvation Army, 1968-1972. Member Board of Directors,
Raleigh Jaycees Zoological Foundation, 1966-1968; Board of Di-
rectors, Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, 1968-1970; member Civil
Service Commission for City of Raleigh, 1968-1970; Board of Trus-
tees, United Fund of Wake County, 1969-1971. Member Rex Hos-
pital Foundation, 1969-1971; Board Member, Community Ambassa-
dor, 1969-1971; member Board, Raleigh Lions Club, 1970-1971;
Board of Directors, Raleigh Merchants Bureau, 1969-1971, and
member Governor's Tax Study Commission, 1969-1972. Chairman,
North Carolina Jaycee Prison Reform Commission, 1970-1971.
Served in Counter Intelligence Corps, Captain, 1959-1961. Mem-
ber Edenton Street United Methodist Church; member Official
Board, 1963-1970; Chairman, Commission on Finance, 1969; Youth
Co-ordinator, 1970-1971. Married Margaret Hamblen, November
10, 1957. Three children, Elizabeth, Dana, and Rebecca. Address:
412 Hillandale Drive, Raleigh, N. C.



OCCUPATIONS OF MEMBERS OF THE
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF 1971



SENATE



ADVERTISING & SALES
PROMOTION

Flaherty, David T.

APPLIANCE BUSINESS

Mills, William D.

CLOTHING BUSINESS

Larkins, Charles H., Jr.

CORPORATE DIRECTOR

Bowles, Hargrove (Skipper)

CORPORATION EXECUTIVE

Moore, Herman A.

COTTON PRODUCTS
BUSINESS

Baugh, Philip Jackson

DAIRY BUSINESS

Scott, Ralph H.

EDITOR & PUBLISHER

Futrell, Ashley B.

FARM INSURANCE

Milgrom, Henry M.

FARMER

Milgrom, Henry M.
White, Vernon E.
Wood, George M.

FERTILIZER DEALER

Milgrom, Henry M.



FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Harris, J. (Ollie) Oliver, Sr.

FURNITURE BUSINESS

Mills, William D.
Murrow, Coolidge
Norton, Clyde

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Coggins, Jyles J.

GRAIN DEALER

Wood, George M.

HORSE BREEDING

Baugh, Philip Jackson

INSURANCE

Allen, Gordon P.

LAWYER

Alley, Zebulon Doyle
AUsbrook, Julian R.
Bailey, J. Ruffin
Britt, Luther J., Jr.
Burney, John J., Jr.
Crawford, I. C.
Currie, Claude
Deane, Charles B., Jr.
Folger, Fred, Jr.
Frink, S. Bunn
Gudger, Lamar
Horton, Hamilton C, Jr.
Jones, F. O'Neil



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Kirby, J. Russell
Knox, (Eddie) Haden Edward
McGeachy, N. Hector, Jr.
McLendon, L. P., Jr.
Patterson, Frank N., Jr.
Reed, Norris C, Jr.
Staton, William W.
Strickland, Thomas E.
Warren, Stewart B.

LUMBER BUSINESS

Bagnal, Harry
Bingham, Donald W.

MANUFACTURER— FARM
MACHINERY

Harrington, J. J.

MINISTER

Combs, Bobby Lee (Bob)
Joyner, Norman H.

NEWS REPORTER

Kirk, Phillip J., Jr.

PHARMACIST

Henly, John T.



REAL ESTATE

Baugh, Philip Jackson

RETAIL— ROSES STORES

Church, John T.

RETIRED EDUCATOR

Killian, Carl D.

RETIRED FARMER

Taylor, W. C.

RETIRED MANUFACTURER

Saunders, William P.

RETIRED STATE EMPLOYEE

Taylor, W. C.

SAVINGS & LOAN

Currie, Claude

TEACHER

Kirk, Phillip J., Jr.

TEXTILE MANUFACTURER

Rauch, Marshall A.



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



AUCTION BUSINESS

Lawing, Craig

AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS

Bryan, Norwood E., Jr.

AUTOMOBILE DEALER

Bright, Joe L.

AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY
BUSINESS

Raynor, Joe B., Jr.



BANKER

Paschall, J. Ernest (Retired)
Webster, Wesley D.

BEVERAGE BUSINESS

Roberson, William R., Jr.

BUILDER

DeBruhl, Claude

BUSINESSMAN

Hege, Joe H., Jr.



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CATTLE RAISER

Gentry, J. Worth

COAL & OIL BUSINESS

Penton, Howard A., Jr.

COLLEGE PROFESSOR

Stewart, Carl J., Jr.

CONSTRUCTION BUSINESS

Speros, Gus

CORPORATION PRESIDENT

McKnight, Ed M.

FARMER

Auman, T. Clyde
Barbee, Allen C.
Bright, Joe L.
Bundy, Sam D.
DeBruhl, Claude
Evei-ett, J. A.
Falls, Robert Z.
Fenner, Julian B.
Gentry, J. Worth
Green, James C.
Haynes, Jeter L.
Jernigan, Roberts H., Jr.
McFadyen, Neill L.
Speed, James D.
Tart, C. Graham

FERTILIZER DEALER

Gentry, J. Worth

FINANCIAL ANALYST

Mayfield, J. T.

FUNERAL HOME
BUSINESS

Bumgardner, David W., Jr.
Wynne, Robert W.



FURNITURE BUSINESS

Royall, Kenneth C, Jr.

FURNITURE MANUFACTU-
ER

Kemp, William P., Jr.

GINNER

Johnson, J. Marvin

GRAIN BUSINESS

Mohn, J. F.

GUIDANCE COUNSELOR

McDaniel, C. Dempsey

HARDWARE DEALER

Webster, Wesley D.

HOSIERY MANUFACTURER

Mauney, W. K., Jr.

HOTEL OPERATOR

Barbee, Allen C.

HOUSEWARES DISTRIBUT-
OR

Marion, George W., Jr.

HOUSEWIFE

Chase, Mrs. John B.

ICE & FUEL BUSINESS

Hightower, Foyle, Jr.

INSURANCE

Collins, P. C, Jr.
Eagles, Larry P.
Farmer, Fred C.
Hunter, Thomas B.
Kincaid, Donald R.
La wing, Craig
Lilley, Daniel T.

INVESTMENT BROKER

Smith, Carl M.



Biographical Sketches



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LAWYER

Andrews, Ike F.
Arnold, Gerald
Beam, Hugh

Brown, Richard Lane, III
Campbell, Hugh, Jr.
Clark, Richard S.
Cobb, Laurence A.
Davis, E. Lawrence
Farmer, Robert L.
Foley, Peter A.
Frye, Henry E.
Fulton, William M.
Godwin, Philip P.
Harkins, Herschell S.
Harris, W. S., Jr.
High, Sneed

Holshouser, James E., Jr.
Hunt, Clifton T. (Ted)
Ingram, John Randolph
James, Richard S.
Johnson, James C, Jr.
Johnson, Samuel H.
Jones, Robert A.
Josey, C. Kitchin
Leatherman, C. E.
Long, James E.
Love, Jimmie L.
Martin, Perry
McMichael, Jule
Miller, George W., Jr.
Paschall, J. Ernest
Ramsey, James E.
Rogers, Bobby W.
Rountree, George, III
Rountree, H. Horton
Short, W. Marcus
Snyder, J. Eugene
Soles, R. C, Jr.
Stevens, John S.



Stewart, Carl J., Jr.
Taylor, Charles H.
Twiggs, Howard
Venters, Carl V.
Warlick, G. Hunter
Watkins, William T.
Whichard, Willis P.

LIVESTOCK FARMER

Collins, P. C, Jr.

MEAT PACKING OFFICIAL

Jernigan, Roberts H., Jr.

MERCHANT

Culpepper, W. T., Jr.
Mason, Ronald Earl
Mohn, J. F.
Ramsey, Liston B.

MINISTER

Beard, Robert Q.
Johnson, Joy J.
Mohn, J. F.

MORTGAGE BANKER

Jernigan, Glenn R.

MOTEL BUSINESS

Blake, Colon
Burrus, Archie

NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER

Huskins, J. P.

OIL BUSINESS

Baker, T. J.
Gardner, J. M.
Hardison, Harold W.
Mohn, J. F.

OPERATOR WESTERN
AUTO STORE

Rhyne, Jack L.



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PRESIDENT RADIO &
T.V. STATION

Roberson, William R., Jr.

PUBLISHER

DeBruhl, Claude

REAL ESTATE

Lawing, Craig
Marion, George W., Jr.
Mason, Ronald Earl
McFadyen, Neill L.
Nash, Robie L.
Vogler, James B.

RESTAURANT BUSINESS

Blake, Colon

RETAILER

Harrelson, Thomas

RETIRED

Jemison, Howard A.
Patton, Erwin

RETIRED DUKE POWER
COMPANY

Smith, Arthur L. (Sap)

RETIRED EDUCATOR

Phillips, C. W. (Charlie)

RETIRED FARMER

Bostian, Teral T.

RETIRED FURNITURE
MANUFACTURER

Bostian, Tereal T.

RETIRED SCHOOL TEACH-
ER

Bundy, Sam D.

SALES EXECUTIVE

Barbee, Allen C.

Beatty, James Tully (Jim)



SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Hicks, Ernest L.

SCHOOL TEACHER

Haynes, Jeter L.
Kincaid, Donald R.
Tart, C. Graham

SECRITIES REPRESENTA-
TIVE

Barker, Chris, Jr.

SUPERVISOR CANNON
MILLS

Quinn, Dwight W.

SUPERVISOR CHAMPION
PAPERS, INC.

Messer, Ernest B.

SUPERVISOR CHATHAM
MANUFACTURING CO.

Brown, John Walter

SUPERVISOR EQUIPMENT
INSTALLATIONS

Mitchel, Austin A.

TEACHER-COORDINATOR

Odom, Mrs. Mary H,

TOBACCO

WAREHOUSEMAN

Fenner, Julian B.
Green, James C.
Speed, James D.

TOURIST BUSINESS

Tart, C. Graham

TRACTOR DEALER

Mohn, J. F.



PART VIII
OFFICIAL REGISTER



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

President Richard M. Nixon, California

Vice President Spire T. Agnew, Maryland

THE CABINET

Secretary of State William P. Rogers, New York

Secretary of Treasury John B. Connally, Jr., Texas

Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird, Wisconsin

Attorney General John N. Mitchell, New York

Postmaster General Winton M. Blount, Alabama

Secretary of Interior Rogers C. B. Morton, Maryland

Secretary of Agriculture Clifford M. Hardin, Nebraska

Secretary of Commerce Maurice H. Stans, New York

Secretary of Labor James D. Hodgson, Minnesota

Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Elliot L. Richardson, Massachusetts

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development George W. Romney, Michigan

Secretary of Transportation John A. Volpe, Massachusetts

NORTH CAROLINA SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS

SENATORS

Sam J. Ervin, Jr Morganton

B. Everett Jordan Saxapahaw

REPRESENTATIVES

First District Walter B. Jones Farmville

Second District L. H. Fountain Tarboro

Third District David N. Henderson Wallace

Fourth District Nick Galifianakis Durham

Fifth District Wilmer D. Mizell Rt. 5, Winston-Salem

Sixth District Richardson Preyer Greensboro

Seventh District Alton A. Lennon Wilmington

Eighth District Earl B. Ruth Salisbury



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